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1  KNITTING / Knitting: Discussion and Questions / Princess's Poncho - Yarn Girl's Guide to Kid Knits on: October 13, 2005 10:23:26 AM
Has anyone made one of these?  The increase directions just don't seem right to me as I'm going along.  It's not difficult by any means, it just doesn't seem right.

Basicly, it's co 2, knit increasing at the edge of each row until x # st.  (Increase at beginning & end of row, right?)
Then dec 1 st (k2, k2tog) at beginning only of each row until 2 # st. 

Granted, this is for a 2 yo, but the increases don't seem like I'm going to get enough before decreasing.

Might just be me...Shall continue to knit until I figure out my answer or someone here throws an iron at me.

TIA
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